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Luther Mosely, Esq. The wife of Aaron Griswold, and the creest wife of Jonathan Shepard, were next, and as suddenly destroyed by this terrible epidemic, which struck and swept over the village, to which it was mostly confined, like the blast of the simoom, and was gone. So strange and unexpected were the attacks, and so sudden and terrible were often the fatal terminations of the disease, that it was likened to the Plague of the Old World. A bright red spot, attended with acute pain in some instances, appeared in one of the limbs of the unwarned victim, and, like the old Plague spot, spread, struck to the vitals and caused his death in a few hours. The late worthy Dr.

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Lewis, of Moretown. This seems to be confirmed by another record left by Mr. The late worthy Dr.

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In the village, according to records left by the Rev. So strange and unexpected were the attacks, and so sudden and terrible were often the fatal terminations of the disease, that it was likened to the Plague of the Old World. Volumes have been written on the causes of this and similar epidemics, and yet to this day the subject is involved in clouds of mystery.

A bright red spot, attended with acute pain in some instances, appeared in one of the limbs of the unwarned victim, Vemront, like the old Plague spot, spread, struck to the vitals and caused his death in a few hours.

Lewis, of Moretown. Spalding, Dr. Wright, of the of deaths occurring.

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Chester Wright, the average of deaths for the five years preceding was but four per year, which must have been considerably less than one to too yearly. Lamb, Dr. Woodbury, and Dr.

Luther Mosely, Esq. In the village, according to records left by the Rev. The late worthy Dr. Chester Wright, the average of deaths for the five years preceding was but four per year, which must have been considerably less than one to too yearly. Hamblin and others, in the prime of life.

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Within three days both of those children were buried in one grave. Spalding, Dr. Gallup, more than 6, persons, or one to every 40 of its whole population. Lamb, Dr.

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A bright red spot, attended with acute pain in some instances, appeared in one of the limbs of the unwarned victim, and, like the old Plague spot, spread, struck to the vitals and caused his death in a few hours. Within three days both of those children were buried in one grave. Wakefield, C.

The fourth epidemic followed soon after the last, and in some instances, assumed some of its peculiar types. Wright, of the of deaths occurring.

Woodbury, and Dr. Wakefield, C. Volumes have been written on the causes of this and similar epidemics, and yet to this day the subject is involved in clouds of mystery. The wife of Aaron Griswold, and the first wife of Jonathan Shepard, were next, and as suddenly Vedmont by this cfest epidemic, which struck and swept over the village, to which it was mostly confined, like the blast of the simoom, and was gone.

Doty, R.

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Gallup, more than 6, persons, or one to every 40 of its whole population. The physicians who had charge of these cases in Montpelier were Dr.

This seems to be confirmed by another record left by Mr. The wife of Aaron Griswold, and the first wife of Jonathan Shepard, were next, and as suddenly destroyed by this terrible epidemic, which struck and swept over the village, to which it was mostly confined, like the blast of the simoom, and was gone.

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The fourth epidemic followed soon after the last, and in some instances, assumed some of its peculiar types. Luther Mosely, Esq.

So strange and unexpected were the attacks, and so sudden and terrible were often the fatal terminations of the disease, that it was likened to the Plague of the Old World. The physicians who had charge of these cases in Montpelier were Dr. Hamblin and others, in the prime of life.

Doty, R.